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I'd been lurking for several months and had just raised my head,
turtle-fashion, when *YEOW* I popped up in the middle of the crossfire
about Writer's Block.
I'm an Atlanta native; if you've seen Gone with the Wind, ya'll know how
we do hate to offend. Any suggestions about where a neophyte can go to
learn the social graces of bb-ing without getting her head shot off?
Between julips, you can reply to lheard -at- st6000 -dot- sct -dot- edu -dot-